Nathaniel Kahn’s insightful survey – and subtle critique – of the contemporary art world, featuring Jeff Koons, Larry Poons and more.
By Anton Bitel
Luca Guadagnino puts a bold allegorical spin on Dario Argento’s baroque horror classic.
Joel and Ethan Coen’s six-part anthology western might just be the crowning achievement of their illustrious career.
Filmmaker Morgan Neville provides a thoughtful examination of American television legend Fred Rogers.
By Anton Bitel
Two US soldiers make a surprising discovery behind enemy lines in this World War Two horror from Julius Avery.
Paul Dano makes his directorial debut with a poignant character study set in 1950s Montana.
Steve McQueen delivers the goods with a heist thriller about four women who take extreme measures to pay back a debt.
The curious tale of a first feature stolen by a crew member is the subject of Sandi Ten’s fascinating autobiographical documentary.
David Gordon Green presents a John Carpenter-approved sequel to the slasher classic from 1978.
Seven strangers convene in a run-down Lake Tahoe hotel in Drew Goddard’s enjoyably pulpy ensemble mystery.
Panos Cosmatos unleashes hell on Nicolas Cage and Andrea Riseborough in this bloody, psychedelic headtrip.
Director Ali Soozandeh surveys a range of contemporary Iranian issues in this impressive rotoscoped animation.
Bradley Cooper scores his first major hit as a director with this tender romance about the price of fame and addiction.
Set in the contemporary art-world, Josh Appignanesi’s hybrid documentary offers a mesmerising blend of fact and fiction.
Glenn Close gives a wonderfully enigmatic performance in Björn Runge’s adaptation of Meg Wolitzer’s novel.